Leadership (Abuja)

4 June 2012

Nigeria: List of the Dead From the Pre-Departure Manifest

Onyeka Anyene; Harry Lawal; Mamuna Anyene; Berkisum Yindadi; Ebuka Enuma; Oluchi Onyeyiri; Sunday Enuma; George Moses; Ogechi Njoku; Noah Anyene; Kamsiyonna Anyene; Stamford Obrutse; Kaiyenotochi Anyene; Okeke Hope; Kayimarachi Anyene; Rev. Ayodeji Cole; Ngozi Cole; Noah Anyene; Ailende Ehi; Oluwasegun Funmi Abiodun; and Shehu Saad Usman.

Others were Alade Martins; Onita Jennifer (Mrs); Onita Josephine; Ike Ochonogor; Joy Alison; John Ahmadu; Aquade Roger; Osunbade Aderogu; Akowe Fatokun Anjola; Fatokun Olaoluwa; Fatokun Ibukun; Bukhari Maikudi; Amina Idris Bugaje; Ajani Adenike; Ike Abugu; Adijolola Abraham; Obot Emmanuel; Otegbeye Hadiza; Ehioghae Sonny; Onwuriri Celestine; Abikalio Otatoru; Norris Kim; Eyo Bassey; Njoku Charles; Anibaba Tosin; Okocha Christopher; Shobowale Femi; and Phillip Chukwu -Ebuka.

Others were Sparagano Lawrence; Somolu Oluwakemi; Ariyibi Temitope; Mecha Eke; Ojugbana Amaka; Ojugbana Christopher; Hnuna Walter; Coker Olumide; Lilian Las; Mutihir Itsifanus; Yusuf Ali; Lt. Col. Jumbo Ochigbo; Eribake Wale; Zhai Shutao;

Also on the list were Wang Yu; D. Awani; O. Awani; N. Chidiac; Rijoel Dhose; Li Huizha; Apochi Godwin; Kang Yi; Inusa Ahmed; Faysal Inusa; Mojekwu Adaobi; Ibrahim D; Bamaiyi Adamu; Ifekawa Jones; Peter Nosike; Anthony Nwaokoagbara; Mahmudu Aliyu; Nnadi John; Akwaeze Elizabeth; Dorothy Adedunni; Echeidu Ibe; Maria Okwulehie; Jennifer Ibe; Oloko Tunji; Sarah Mshelia; Ahmed Mbana; Okonji Patrick; Oyosoro Rajulie; Oyosoro Ugbabio; Kaikai Farida; David Kolawole Fortune; Eyinoluwa David Kolawole; Kaltum Abubakar; and Dakawa Mahmud.

Others were Patience Sunday Udoh; Asuquo Ini Obong; Onemonelease Aimanehi; Onyeagocha Chidinma; Onyeagocha Ogechi; Ike Okoye; Amaka Raphael; Ijeoma Onyijuke; Garba Abdu; Aisha Abdu; Benson Oluwayomi; Anthony Opara; Taiwo Lamidi; Awodogan Olusanmi; Obi Chinwe; Shaibu Memuna; Major I.G Muhammad; Nagidi Ibrahim; Attah Anthonia; Shaibu Sam; Ifeanyi Orakwe; Obinna Akubueze; Li Rui; Xie Zhenfeng; Okor Eseoghene; Chukwuemeka Okere; Adekunbi Adebiyi; Ibrahim Matankari; Wasa Ruth; Wasa Awiyetu; Ojukwu Alvana; Lawal Anakobe; Nabil Garba; Mohammed Falmata; Ibrahim Jangana; Okikiolu Olukayode; Komolafe Olugbenga; Dike Chinwe; Dike Chukwuezugo; Olusola Arokoyu; Adekola Ayoola; Akinola Olumodeji; Olukoya Banji Saka Otaru; Adeleke Oluwadamilare; Yusuf Ibrahim; Ikpoki Obiola; Aikhomu Ehime; Levi Ajuonuma; Mbong Eventus.

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